For the traveler, Beirut offers a fascinating array of architecture with churches and mosques standing side by side among the glass and steel of office buildings. The effervescent city features a variety of bars and restaurants that open their doors to visitors almost any time of the day too. Several premium hotels can be found in the city as well.
You can park your need to rent a car on your next trip to Europe: these city squares are pedestrian friendly and are truly breathtaking sites to behold. Many European cities have a central square which often serves as the city’s hub, central market place and main tourist location. In many cities, the central square is one of the main tourist attractions in its own right. Here are some of the finest city squares throughout the continent.
Plaza Mayor, Madrid, SpainThe Plaza Mayor (Main Square) is a defining feature of most Spanish towns and cities and the main square of Madrid is certainly no exception. It is of a rectangular shape, covering over twelve-thousand square meters. It is surrounded by picturesque three-story buildings with…
You’ve always dreamed of skiing down the slopes of historic (and expensive) ski resorts throughout Europe: the Swiss Alps, the Zakopane in Poland, the list goes on. But then you look at the price tag of a trip to just one of these ski destinations and…the dream quickly dies. But luckily there’s some new hotels com coupon codes that’ll cut the cost of one of these trips by 40%…including the lift ticket! Now we can start planning our ski trip. But where to go? We’ve narrowed our list to these 6 (newly!) affordable ski resorts in Europe.